Borjan Cace, dinsdag 22 april 2008
Service Oriented Architecture has entered the mainstream of business applications and articles about SOA continue to proliferate. However, texts that share people’s real-life experiences with SOA are scarce. Partly this can be attributed to difficulties in sharing architectural knowledge in a structured way. This article calls for more effort to be put into sharing knowledge through architectural patterns. That is done by describing five concrete patterns that have emerged in the SOA practice of information-intensive enterprises. Fellow architects are invited to join the effort of ‘Via Nova Architectura’ and share their experiences through patterns.